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The constitutional amendment requires that the state set up regulations by May 1, 2015, and issue patient cards by August.
Medical marijuana laws differ slightly in each of the 21 states that have legalized pot, but based on regulations in those states, there will likely be two ways to make money. An individual or a corporation can set up a dispensary, or a "medical marijuana treatment center," that will grow weed and stock the ganja, plus sell other pot products like food, hash oils, and ointments. For mom-and-pop marijuana entrepreneurs, the "caregiver" option typically allows a person who passes a background check to supply weed — excuse me, "provide meds" — to five patients. Florida's ­proposed amendment expressly prohibits caregivers from sampling a patient's medicine.
The Florida financial impact study shows that at least 250,351 caregivers and 1,789 treatment centers would be needed to service an estimated 417,252 patients.
In addition to allowing for dispensaries and caregivers, 15 states allow patients to grow their own weed, though some impose certain restrictions — if the patient suffers financial hardship, for instance, or lives at least 25 miles from a dispensary.
The Florida Department of Health will likely determine who can grow cannabis plants for patients and how many they can grow. In addition to the health department regulations, the state Legislature as well as individual cities and counties could pile on additional laws.
So how much revenue stands to be made? Once it's determined how many patients will qualify and how much med weed they'll need, you can do the math.
Dispensaries around the country charge $20 to $60 for an eighth of an ounce, the equivalent of about three to four joints, says Kris Hermes, a spokesman for Americans for Safe Access, a national organization promoting medical marijuana. Prices are about on par with street prices in Florida — currently about $50 for an eighth. "In California," Hermes says, "the most potent marijuana can retail at $400 an ounce," he says. "That amount may last one patient two to three months. But another patient could use it up in two weeks."
But patients will have to pay for weed out of their own pockets. Health insurers do not cover medical marijuana. "I don't know of any insurers that have specifically explained why they refuse to reimburse patients," Hermes says. "It could be that marijuana is still illegal under federal law.


Now you can set up your THC extraction business! The final product will be a dark, oily liquid that contains 70+% pure THC. The following steps require nothing more than simple, easy to find materials and a little time.
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